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  • 41

    Dodger Stadium

    58 reviews

    With the McCourts gone Dodger Stadium is returning to its historic status as a class act. Friendly people, better (but yes, overpriced) food selections and a team that is fun to watch. Parking can be a pain but if you park at Union Station ($6.00 per day) and take the free shuttle to the ballpark, the parking hassle is gone.

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  • 42

    Mariachi Plaza

    4 reviews

    Physically, the plaza is not much to look at but if you come in the late afternoon or early evening, especially on weekends, there will be mariachis in full regalia waiting for customers. The Gold Line Metro station is directly under the plaza. It's a convenient way to tour the area between Chinatown, Olvera Street, Union Station, Little Tokyo and ...

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  • 43

    Central Library

    8 reviews

    OK, gushing over a library might seem odd, but have you... ...walked upstairs to the atrium outside the children's reading room and stared at that 10' glass globe light fixture floating under those windows, surrounded by that enormous 360 degree mural? ...visited the three small art and exhibit galleries (upstairs and under the escalators)? ...perused the exceptionally well curated gift ...

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  • 44

    Watts Towers

    13 reviews

    A folk art tour de force, the Watts Towers were constructed single handed, without scaffolding, by an Italian immigrant, Simon Rodia. Built between 1921 and 1954 there are three towers, 55, 97 and 99 feet tall. Each tower is supported by web frameworks made of discarded steel reinforced with chicken wire and cement. The surfaces are decorated with pieces of ...

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  • 45

    Grammy Museum

    8 reviews

    I had the privilege of attending "An Evening with 2-time GRAMMY winning blues, roots and world music pioneer Taj Mahal" presented by the GRAMMY Museum and American Express. If you don't know who he is, I suggest you visit He's an amazing person and musician, as well as a compelling story teller. AT 71, he's more in demand than ...

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  • 46

    Occidental College

    4 reviews

    My alma mater, Oxy has one of the most gorgeous campuses in Los Angeles, proven by the number of Hollywood films that have been shot there (including Clueless). Trees, plants and flowers are almost meticulously well-kept, creating an almost meditative atmosphere, as though you are walking through a Buddhist garden temple. As a student, one of my favorite places to ...

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  • 47

    Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre

    2 reviews

    Wouldn't have found this great theater if not for the helpful reviews of others. Saw their 'Urban Death' Halloween production right after a visit to Delusion. (Which is a highly rated interactive haunted play) I was very delighted with the quality of the show. Without giving out too much spoiler. I would just say the first part of the 'show' ...

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  • 48

    Hollywood Sign

    98 reviews

    A Must See when you visit LA! When you travel by car, you can park your car at Hollywood & Highland Center. For more info see

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  • 49

    Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

    10 reviews

    yeah, my sister works here too....actually her office is here but she has access to all the other buildings.....buhahahhahahahaa the trouble I could get into with her badge... dropped by her office and was introduced to her coworkers m- hi there, I'm her brother, how are you doing? h- good to finally meet two look so much alike! m- ...

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  • 50

    Grand Park

    8 reviews

    An open, cemented space between City Hall and the Music Center and between the County courthouse and the county administrative building that has been turned into a commons area/park with fountains, trees, shrubbery and a small stage where performers from the Music Center occasionally come and give free performances.

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  • 51

    Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

    6 reviews

    This huge modern cathedral was built by Rafael Moneo, a Spanish architect who won the Pritzker Prize. It's a really striking building, and beautiful inside, in a slightly already-dated way. The one drawback is truly awful acoustics--the sound just bounces around inside. But definitely worth a stop on a stroll around downtown LA.

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  • 52

    Old Chinatown Central Plaza

    11 reviews

    "Old" is a relative term. Union Station is where the "old" Chinatown was located. This area of Chinatown was built to attract tourists and it does. In the 50s it also attracted well known Hollywood stars. Notwithstanding its touristy appeal, some of the stores are worth going through.

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  • 53

    Merry Karnowsky Gallery

    2 reviews

    Came here for the reception for the Vivian Maier exhibit hosted by Tim Roth. Here is more information about Vivian: Parking: Metered street parking. The rsvp line is extremely long for receptions. So be prepared to wait in the Ca winter. Pro-tip 1: Please rsvp with the gallery. The security guys would not let anyone in unless they were ...

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  • 54

    Music Center

    2 reviews

    The complex is aging but still the site for great performances inside and visual relaxation from the outside.

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  • 55

    Opening Ceremony

    2 reviews

    Relatively large vs NY or Tokyo locations. Great mix of cutting edge styles. Location and off-street interest give this outlet an air of exclusivity.

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  • 56

    Villains Tavern

    21 reviews

    Pros: Great ambience, super busy Saturday night. Overall I had a lot of fun. The drinks were unique and amazing. Hanzo is my favorite because i love sweet drinks and I would also recommend Bella Donna. Con: pretty crowded and it took a while to get the drinks but it's worth the wait if this is your first time there. ...

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  • 57

    Garden of Oz

    2 reviews

    hidden gem! here's the history I've been wanting to see this place for years! Heard that the owner gave the keys to few of the children living in that are and those children passed it down to other children. Seemed like a magical place, especially because it's exclusive (no photos allowed inside!). I tried googling around for the location ...

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  • 58

    Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

    27 reviews

    The dinosaur exhibits are great at the Natural History Museum, but I wasn't such a fan of some of the other wings (the bird exhibit was kind of weak). It's a decent museum but compared to the free (and fantastic) museums in DC...I've seen better.

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  • 59

    LA Boulders

    15 reviews

    Great bouldering gym in a cool spot in the art district.

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  • 60

    Farmers Market

    50 reviews

    This has been a Los Angeles landmark forever! A great place to get any type of food product you could ever want. The meat market and cheese store offer hard to find foods all under the same roof. I love Bennett's Ice Cream and it has been in the same location for 50 years. you can have coffee, buy candles, ...

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